Those who consider T20 a young man’s game don't know much about cricket, says Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar. He insists that age has got nothing to do with a player’s performance in the shortest format of the sport. “I don’t know who says that it's a young man’s game. Clearly, he doesn’t know much about cricket. It’s a cricketers’ game so it really doesn’t matter whether you are young or old,” Tendulkar said.
The 36-year-old skipper of the Mumbai Indians team has been in sparkling form in the IPL having scored 163 runs at an average of over 80 in three matches. Clearly, anyone who watched Tendulkar’s lusty hitting against KKR on Monday will never forget his statement.